Pink Depression creamer and sugar in the Mayfair pattern by Hocking Glass. This pattern was made from 1931 - 1937, and is also known as Open Rose. The sugar is in excellent condition.
The creamer has a rough area on the foot which looks more like a mold defect than damage. I have shown this from both the top and bottom. The line at the bottom of the creamer is not a crack, but a line caused by the folding liquid glass.
The creamer is 3 1/2" high and the sugar is 4" across and 3 1/4" high. Both pieces have excellent pattern definition.
Depression glass was manufactured as an attractive but inexpensive (and sometimes free) item. Mold roughness and minor defects, such as tiny bubbles were common and part of the history of Depression glass.